Series: Thieves and Kings

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Thieves & Kings, Volume 1: The Red Book by Mark Oakley1
Thieves & Kings, Volume 2: The Green Book by Mark Oakley2
Thieves & Kings, Volume 3: The Blue Book by Mark Oakley3
Thieves & Kings, Volume 4: The Shadow Book by Mark Oakley4
Thieves & Kings, Volume 5: The Winter Book by Mark Oakley5
Thieves & Kings, Volume 6: Apprentices, Pt. 1 by Mark Oakley6
Thieves & Kings Presents The Walking Mage (Thieves & Kings) by Mark Oakley7
Thieves & Kings: Volume One by Mark OakleyContains 1-2

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  4. Agatha Heterodyne and the Chapel of Bones by Kaja Foglio (2009)
  5. Drawing the Line: A Book of Comics Benefiting Cancer Research by Suley Fattah (2004)
  6. Rose by Jeff Smith (2002)
  7. Castle Waiting: The Lucky Road by Linda Medley (2000)
  8. Delilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant by Tony Cliff (2013)
  9. Jellaby by Kean Soo (2008)
  10. Finder: Talisman by Carla Speed McNeil (2002)
  11. Usagi Yojimbo, Book 8: Shades of Death by Stan Sakai (1997)
  12. Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Promise, Part 1 by Gene Luen Yang (2012)
  13. Runners: Bad Goods by Sean Wang (2005)
  14. How Mirka Got Her Sword by Barry Deutsch (2010)
  15. Age of Bronze Volume 1: A Thousand Ships by Eric Shanower (2001)

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